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Hygeia (Salus)

Hygeia (Salus)

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Home Mythology Hygeia (Salus) Spotter's Guide

Your Field Guide to Spotting Hygeia (Salus)

Oh yeah, you should totally hang out with Hygeia. We always feel a little better after spending a little time with the goddess of health. She'll be the pretty maiden, chilling with her grey bearded dad, Asclepius, god of medicine and healing. Chances are they'll both be holding their pet snakes when you see them—Hygeia is always feeding hers from a bowl. That might sound a little scary, but don't stress. They're actually special happy healing snakes, so they're good to have around.

Sex: Female
Age: Appears as a young maiden
Build: Fit
Complexion: Healthy glow
Hair Color: Brown
Facial Hair: None
Scars/marks/tattoos: None
Jewelry and accessories: A snake and cup to feed it with
Clothing: White robes
Armor: None
Type of Weapon: None

Typical Companions:

Asclepius
Snakes
Dogs

Known Hangouts:

Temples of Healing
Hospitals
The sky (as a constellation)

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